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Why Giorno Giovanna is a Great Character

October 10, 2019

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Vento Aureo. Vento Aureo has been one of the most suspenseful,
natural, and passionate parts I’ve ever got involved with. If I’m going to be honest, Part 5 is one
of my favorite pieces of fiction there ever was. With how it took after so many cinematic masterpieces
that have stayed strong against the test of time, it had created this animated take on
an era that’s I believe to be remarkable, to say the least. Though that’s been argued since there was
an area in time where Vento Aureo had poor translations which had been fixed for a reasonably
long amount of time. With that and some false interpretations,
Vento Aureo has been one of the most misunderstood parts. Though, I believe that Stone Ocean probably
takes the cake on being the most misunderstood with how many times I’ve been told it’s
terrible. I’ll save that for a different video, this
one is for the man in question. Giorno Giovanna, I’ve always said I had
so much to talk about when on his character, but now I have the time to do so. The cast of Vento Aureo are a group of layered
individuals, and Giorno must be the one character where I’m able to continuously look at his
character and still hold the same amount of interest as much as the first time I investigated
him. He’s one of the coolest and most resilient
characters due to how he was able to get where he was after all that he’s been through. There’s that then he’s being backed by
characters where the layering sits around the level of Giorno, but more so on below,
and few on par. I think that was a well enough start on it
all, it’s time that I show you what I see in Giorno. Giorno Giovanna, born Haruno Shiobana. With the parents that Giorno had, you know
that it had to have been difficult for him growing up. With one parent being repetitively absent
while he was an infant, and the other being absent forever. With a mother that would being constantly
in and out, Giorno had lived in fear as an infant. Trembling at night since crying wouldn’t
help, waiting for his mother to return each night she’s gone. His mother had gotten married to an Italian
man which ended up in the transfer from Japan to Italy. That man she married was no better than her,
he was a man that would abuse Giorno consistently. Giorno developed a habit on trying to read
people because of the abuse he got from his stepfather, which led to more abuse because
the man believed Giorno was trying to read him because Giorno thought higher of himself
in comparison. When the real case was that Giorno’s reading
was trying to give him a reason on why people would treat him like this. It got to the point where he was the target
of the town, believing that he’s the bottom of the bottom, and he was nearing the breaking
point where he would end up growing to be a person filled with self-hate. Nothing in Giorno’s life was showing any
hope of getting better, but that all changed. On one faithful day when Giorno was on his
way home, he had saw man who had been shot, laying there in the shadow of a stone wall. A group of men were looking for that man,
and those same men asked Giorno for where he was. Giorno had lied for this man, a man who he
had no clue who he was. He had no idea on what this man did, good
or bad, and didn’t know whether if lying would’ve got himself hurt. He didn’t see it like that though, all he
saw in the wounded man was himself. A lonely man at his lowest. Though lying wasn’t the only thing he did,
around this time, Gold Experience’s ability was coming to be, and he had grown the grass
around the man. Two months later he was met by the same man,
and the man while looking extremely dark, calm, and menacing, he expressed his deepest
gratitude to Giorno, and told him he would never forget what he did for him. After that happened, life had completely flipped
for Giorno. His stepfather would no longer abuse him,
the town’s children treated as good as possible, and all of this was done just due to the man
he saved, that man being a gangster. While he looked out for Giorno, he would only
encounter him as an individual to be respected. As he grew, he learned about the importance
of trusting people from a complete stranger. His life was made better by a man whose career
is made purely off crime, living above the law. In the manga it says that “He no longer
had that weak look about him… Within his heart a calm breeze blew… I see that being a huge part of his character,
and that description alone speak so much about Giorno. So, with that weak and lonely demeanor being
gone, and living an environment where the law is corrupt, and no one defends the people,
Giorno had his eyes on his number one goal. A goal that not a single person in the world
could take from him. Giorno Giovanna, dreamed of being a Gang-Star. I’m going to pause it right here, because
for those that didn’t it get it right there, that last line was a reference to Goodfellas
a movie that if you haven’t already seen, please do. Giorno’s character introduction is one of
coolest things I’ve seen in JoJo because there’s way more than what we’re seeing
that made this character what he is. Reading through and slowly realizing that
Giorno’s character being a product of both Jonathan and Dio is huge. Even with a terrible upbringing, he was able
to empathize and live better for it. The humanity shown to him had given him hope
in the world, so he can be the same justice that the man was for him, but for others. Now, how does he apply this into his world. Well, that’s Vento Aureo. Now, how he applies himself in the gangster
world and the personality that he’s developed shows in Gold Experience Part 2, the chapter
where he interacts with Leaky-eye Luca. When it comes to the confidence he portrays
has many sides. Against Luca his confidence and attitude was
warranted since he knew he wasn’t in any real danger since no one has been able to
contest him. At times his confidence is a point where it’s
not necessary and he needs to come down to realize the issue at hand. At other times it’s a front along with his
bravery so he doesn’t break his composure in front of others. After confidence, you have Giorno’s tolerance. When Luca was getting at Giorno, you can see
that he knows Luca is planning on doing something that ends up being unreasonable. He was reading him as soon as he started approaching. Luca is consistently beating around the bush,
and Giorno gets assertive with him. That alone brings out the Luca’s true form
and intentions. Luca wants a gift of respect, that being money,
so that him and Giorno can be cool. I’m guessing the airport is either direct
territory or around territory. Giorno tells him he has no money since he’s
paid for protection, but Luca keeps on asking for his money. Even when Luca is holding his wallet, he’s
asking for Giorno’s wallet and money. Giorno’s getting fed up with repeating himself,
because he believes that he’s just explaining the same thing over and over to someone unintelligent. Meaning if someone didn’t hear it correctly
the first time, he believes they’re being dumb. A frog created by Gold Experience comes to
Giorno, and while Giorno has moved his focus to it, Luca is telling him to get rid of it
and pay him. One of Giorno’s beliefs connects over on
those innocent should be defended and not attacked. While Giorno knows the frog and what will
happen if it is attacked, he’s more so trying to give Luca some reasoning on why he shouldn’t. Luca goes ahead, and doesn’t listen to Giorno
again, which ends up being his downfall. Unreasonable people are extremely annoying
to Giorno, but he seems to always try to be a voice of reason when something is happening
with them, even if he knows their intent. If an action of intent happens or was previously
made, Giorno will not hesitate to be the judge of that person. There are levels to his judgement that very
on the severity the harmful action. I think the best show of Giorno’s judgement
was him against Cioccolata. Cioccolata being one of the disgusting people
we’ve seen in JoJo, deserving the longest brutal beatdown that’s ever happened in
manga. Honestly, the ending was beautiful. If you think about it, I think all the other
JoJo’s are known for answering betrayal after it’s been attempted, like Jotaro against
Steely Dan or Rubber Soul. They act after even while knowing they’re
going to be betrayed because they’re usually in situations where they’re above the person
they’re going against. In the fight, Cioccolata would’ve had the
upper hand if Giorno was abiding to his word, but he was lying to Cioccolata the whole time. Cioccolata was so shocked since he believed
that since Giorno is on an opposing side where it looks like he’s a good guy, then it means
he’s that hero archetype. Then it turns out he’s an anti-hero if anything,
or well a type of anti-hero since there’s so many categories in that type alone. If Giorno had acted like anybody else and
not lie to Cioccolata, we might have lost Mista. But we didn’t, because Giorno knows better. While this is one Giorno’s strongest moments,
there’s others that support the portrayal of Giorno the defender of the innocent. The one I want to bring up also connects with
the future after this moment, this being Giorno versus Black Sabbath. Unknowing of what happens when the lighter
goes out, Giorno’s one objective was to protect the flame. It’s put out accidentally by an old man,
but the same old man eases Giorno and reignites it to make the situation look alright. After it’s done, Black Sabbath appears and
attacks the old man for reigniting the lighter, Black Sabbath being a remote stand that’s
meant to activate once the flame is reignited after being put out. Black Sabbath killed the old man, and that
was hefty hit to Giorno because this man died because he wanted to become a gangster. After the fight and the time Polpo gave Giorno,
Giorno returned to Polpo with the lighter. Polpo gives him the full speech on trust and
how the worst thing possible to do in this world is to insult said trust. Believing that if trust was to be insulted,
then even God would permit murder in that situation. Giorno agrees, and then serves God’s judgement
to Polpo by his own hand. Turning his pistol into a banana, “It’s
your last meal, take your time, enjoy it.” Giorno has so many moments where he shines,
and his beliefs shine harder. Though while he seems like this indomitable
character, Giorno isn’t as stoic as he would want you to think. While he keeps it cool in the part, it’s
all development from separate points. Each one of those points is a new experience
to Giorno and it all shows in his expressions and execution of both his words and actions. In early example is Giorno’s first encounter
with Bruno. With Sticky Fingers, Bruno was able to put
the eye of Luca into Giorno’s closed hand. He couldn’t think of any logical reason
on how Bruno would be able to put something into his hand without him feeling him do it. He was originally keeping an immovable composure
in the same way that he did Luca since he viewed Bruno as another regular guy, but that
was all over and done with once Bruno started using Sticky Fingers. That’s where we get the famous panel of
Bruno licking Giorno’s face, and the taste of a liar. In Vento Aureo we continued through it all
having Giorno’s going through all these new experiences for him to learn from it all. Sometimes he gets scared and he sees that
same kid he was in the past, sometimes he’s disappointed in himself and he begins slowly
losing himself and composure, but in the end, he always finds his path. For each new experience, development is made,
and that development is always solidified with a monumental panel that shows Giorno
Giovanna and all his shining glory. Sometimes it’s him that needs to gather
himself to come out victorious, and sometimes it’s other that guide him so he can follow
in the same righteous path to where they walk together. I believe I spoke a good amount on his character
and personality, but I personally want to focus on his character design. I’m sure that everyone takes note on Araki’s
design choice in Vento Aureo and how it’s jumped so high in quality from Stardust Crusaders,
since you know, Diamond is Unbreakable is majority school uniforms and Jotaro who doesn’t
change. You can obviously exclude the fashion god
Rohan, but you understand what I’m getting at. On Giorno’s character design in specific
it all starts at his hair. If you notice Giorno’s hair there’s three
buns, this connects over to Araki and his love for the rule of thirds. The rule of thirds transfers over into multiple
things in JoJo, but mainly Giono and DIO. Dio with three letters, translating into God
, another three letters, transferring over into his heaven beliefs which has 3 main points
of transformation, father, son, holy spirit, three sons present in stone ocean, the three
moles he has on his ear, you get the deal with Dio. With Giorno, you have his three ladybugs,
and his three buns being a callback to Dio. While that’s a call back, the straps on
Gold Experience is as direct as possible. Now on color theory, the first thing to notice
again is his hair. This bright blonde hair more saturated towards
yellow, representing a warming effect. This being Giorno’s hair means that you
looking at Giorno should be expelling feelings of warmth and cheer. With it being blonde, you can see his hair
as golden even, symbolizing loyalty. Though it’s only at his hair because you
wouldn’t want too much yellow, too much yellow doesn’t do well. Now, the blue being used in his outfit symbolizes
a lot. Blue being tranquility, sincerity, loyalty,
wisdom, confidence, and intelligence. Though I’m classifying his blue as a blue-blue
and not a dark blue or navy blue. If it can be classified as navy blue, then
it could symbolize power, seriousness, and knowledge. The ladybugs on Giorno’s outfit give us
small traces of red. These small traces around the blue possibly
mean that it’s either behind what the blue symbolizes, or it’s meant to not show as
hard since it’s not meant to give away what the blue is masking. Going with the first belief, red symbolizing
passion, strength, and determination. Approaching looks, Giorno has a face where
it can give you so much ease and intimidation depending on what he’s feeling, but I think
the biggest thing is that Giorno’s expressions are also call backs to Dio too. Because, when people look at Dio and Giorno,
they don’t get an immediate intimidation expression, but instead an expression filled
with serenity and kindness. Charisma passes down well through genes. I’m sure you get Giorno’s character by
now, but there’s still more to the character. The only Joestar to grow, develop, and craft
his stand when getting older. He’s very analytical when it comes to figuring
out his stand or trying to figure out a situation to convert it to his side. He has funny moments, but I believe if you’re
looking for a character with many more of said moments and some of the best exposition
possible, just look at Mista, especially when he gets going when talking. Looking at Bruno’s group converse in general
always interests me, since it’s exactly how you would see friends converse. I loved when they did it in Diamond is Unbreakable,
and I wish they had more of it in Stardust Crusaders. There’s so many things that Giorno is, but
not one of those things is boring. I also can’t see why or how he’s ever
referred to as a character with no personality. Just because he isn’t extremely loud and
making wise cracks 24/7, it doesn’t mean he’s bad by any means. He’s your friendly neighborhood mobster,
keeping it stylish, and looking out for everyone. Thank you all for watching! Personally, I would love to do this for Jotaro,
Jolyne, Stone Ocean as a whole, Vento Aureo , so many things as soon as possible, but
it does take a while. Until then, I have a bunch of other series
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  • Reply Kakha Gvelesiani June 13, 2018 at 10:18 am

    Giorno is one of the most subtle and nuanced Araki's characters, in my opinion. One of the first things noticeable about him is that he is very polite and well-mannered. In fact Giorno doesn't swear at all, possessing consistently well-mannered and formal speech patterns for the entirety of his journey. Even when Abbacchio constantly belittles  him and calling names , Giorno is still respectful to him. In original Japanese , Italian translation and French highlight his speech pattern really well. New English translations tried their best and i think they did great job ( considering the differences in languages). Even in such moments, when it looks like Narancia is going to suffocate when Clash attacked him, Giorno still politely asks to borrow a pen, if they wouldn't mind, so he could help him. However with all of that he still has inner intensity at the same time  and is ready to take charge , also not afraid to express his opinions or disobey orders of his seniors if he thinks that is right thing to do.  He is very ambitious and wants to gain power, but not for the sake of it , instead  so he could use it for the better. He is also very ruthless in dealing with his enemies, being first JoJo who kills on regular occasion. He hates to involve innocent civilians in the business and despises those who do it and take their lives. Because of this he killed certain character in the beginning of Vento Aureo and gave violent beating to another on later on. We learn from his backstory, that Giorno was neglected by his mother and abused by step-father, which encouraged his introverted nature and developing the habit of trying to read the situation and other people, resulting in his deductive skills and observant nature.Giorno has moments of doubt , clear nervousness and even panic. He is not always calm and confident. Examples such as Baby Face fight where he desperately tries to call his friends for help and says  he can't take it anymore and that enemy is too strong to beat, however he pulls himself together and gets back to the fight. Another one is when he thinks something going on with Buccellati during Mystery of King Crimson , Giorno starts to panic, disobeys orders to stay in the boat, desperately tries to get response from Buccellati and than quickly rushes to him for help.  Later on when Giorno learns of what happened to Bruno in the car , he gets all shaking  and actually screams that it's impossible and can't be happening , that Buccellati in reality is alright. Also  when they find what happened to one of the characters, his nervousness is very visible and  voice wavers , he regretfully states that they were too late. During Notorius B.I.G. arc first he gets nervous thinking enemy is on board and asks Mista to get ready his Sex Pistols , however still in polite way. Than after seeing all of those graffiti he freaks out  and after discovering that stand attached to his hand, even more so. During Ghiaccio he fucks up  than and that is only time when he curses actually, saying ,, damn '' and apologizes to Mista for his mistake, than asks Mista to leave him, again in respectful manner. There are more moments like that thoughout. Giorno often takes steps to guide his more capable teammates into advantageous situations . He drives his teammates to action and has ability to inspire people around making them better. Giorno has incredible determination and resolve, which he shares with his teammates in moments of need,  strengthening their hearts. They all recognize that and GioGio even had effect on Trish. He possesses true leadership qualities. Giorno also has such little moments where he  makes a bed of flowers and plants around certain someone and says  "I won't let anyone else hurt you…I promise I'll take you back to see your hometown! '' or when he dreams about having pizza back in his hometown in Napoli during flight to Sardegna. Also, he was first protagonist who had his own dreams, goals and worked towards achieving them. He is not reactionary character like all previous JoJos where they responded to threats of villains and got into action because of them. Instead Giorno is proactive protagonist, who is out to change the world and existing status quo. By the end of the journey, he achieves his dream.

  • Reply Kirby with a knife July 21, 2019 at 6:03 pm

    narancia is older than giorno

  • Reply Im An Asshole July 22, 2019 at 5:27 pm

    GiGi > JoJo

  • Reply Alex Curr July 22, 2019 at 6:44 pm

    I too enjoy tepid, unflavoured water.

  • Reply David N July 23, 2019 at 11:19 pm

    I, Giorio Giovanni, have a dream.

  • Reply nicholas baca July 24, 2019 at 1:08 am

    One time my aunt's purse was stolen when she was a kid in the Bay area and had her purse stolen and a crip ran over to the guy stole the purse back and handed it back to her, don't let this make you think the gangsters are nice though they will still steal your shoes

  • Reply Isabel Hopping July 24, 2019 at 11:06 am

  • Reply Block Man July 24, 2019 at 10:56 pm

    Mega Man
    Arcana Type: Empress

    Persona Name: Snow Miku
    Phantom Thief Codename: Paladin

  • Reply Maya Lee July 25, 2019 at 4:13 pm

    I get turned on when I see DIO.

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  • Reply Lord man July 25, 2019 at 7:26 pm

    Vehn-toe ow-reh-oe

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  • Reply Cesar Gonzalez July 26, 2019 at 12:07 am

    I like the pink on giorno. U?

  • Reply Just a Channel July 26, 2019 at 6:59 am

    Part 5 would be better

    If the design wasn't so gayish

  • Reply BlackHat Skull July 28, 2019 at 7:02 am

    easy, giogio is best jojo

  • Reply Stockton Gonzalez July 28, 2019 at 8:14 am

    Giorno is a bad character
    Golden Experience Requiem!
    Giorno is a
    Giorno is a
    Giorno is a
    Giorno is a

  • Reply Nick LeMay July 28, 2019 at 5:34 pm

    The problem with giorno is not his actual character. The problem with giorno is that he does practically nothing all of VA. He has virtually no development as a character; we see little of him actually expressing emotion.

    And while this can be also used as a case against Jotaro, which is true, at least Jotaro took the helm of the party and took on a good chunk of the fights and dialogue. The majority of Part 5 is focused around the other gang members, whether it's Bruno or Mista, while Giorno twiddles his thumbs in the back until he magically comes up with a solution to every problem they face. He's a side character, and if you're going to make the main jojo a side character you need to give them a stand out personality, like Josuke.

  • Reply Peepee Hard July 29, 2019 at 12:57 pm

    Giorno best boi

  • Reply Ögedei Khan July 30, 2019 at 2:56 am

    You kinda ruined the joke there dude

  • Reply Jeet Soni July 31, 2019 at 10:52 am

    now i can i finally watch all your videos on jojo part 5

  • Reply Smackle my Apple Jacks July 31, 2019 at 11:23 am

    Mm pee

  • Reply THOT VANQUISHER July 31, 2019 at 5:33 pm

    you ain a clown you a whol circus

  • Reply King Wrevorath August 2, 2019 at 4:42 am

    He's a GioGio

  • Reply D I A V O L O August 4, 2019 at 4:00 pm

    We already know

  • Reply Theodactyl August 5, 2019 at 7:00 am

    My biggest issue with giorno isn't one with the character himself, but with how he is presented within the story. He is constantly portrayed as the morally righteous hero who can do no wrong, yet his goal is to become the boss of the most powerful crime syndicate in Italy. Yeah he wants to get rid of drugs, but he seems totally cool with murdering anyone who gets in his way, not to mention the murder, extortion, theft, fraud, political corruption and all around lack of morality that comes with leading a gang as powerful as Passione. Yet because he's always saying "dRuGs BaD" he is the righteous perfect hero boy who can do no wrong, and all the other parts of Passione that hurt innocent people (see previous list of crimes) are irrelevant. And if we're considering Purple Haze Feedback cannon, he ordered the execution of diavolo's men in order to ensure his rise to power was unchallenged, and threatened to have his former friend murdered if he didn't do it for him. He is ultimately, in my opinion, the most morally bankrupt JoJo, and the only one I would consider to at the end of his part remain at his core a bad person.

  • Reply Sanji Uchiha August 6, 2019 at 2:23 pm

    Am I really the only one who has Giorno as his favorite Jojo?

  • Reply Ilma Ayuk August 6, 2019 at 7:31 pm

    Giorno and Jonathan Joestar is great.

  • Reply Requiem Arrow August 7, 2019 at 8:57 am

    I watched the Goodfellas way before I started to watch / read Part 5, and now I'm only realizing the similarities.

  • Reply Black Batman August 7, 2019 at 3:59 pm

    Giorno is basically what Dio could’ve been if there was hope

  • Reply Tuxedo Ninja August 8, 2019 at 4:26 am

    Vento aureo? Don’t you mean Bruno’s bizarre adventure?

  • Reply Keanu Reeves August 8, 2019 at 4:56 am

    This dude nearly fckin killed himself just to show a stand, and Abbachio’s still not happy

  • Reply Dio Brando August 8, 2019 at 5:46 pm

    Everyone: Giorno is such a good character!
    Araki: Snaps him out of existence after part 5

  • Reply Cocain August 8, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    Kono Giorno Giovanna niwa yume ga aru

  • Reply Edude120 August 8, 2019 at 8:00 pm

    would love to see part 5 revisited. such a fun and interesting part, and with the main character alive, using the rule that "stand users are drawn together" its enough substance to make a series about challenges faced as a mafia boss based on the principle.

  • Reply Josh Perez August 9, 2019 at 3:31 am

    Wait were they talking italian or jappanese during this part?

  • Reply Roxy U August 9, 2019 at 11:54 pm

    He could be a great character but he wasnt at the end. He is boring but it works (and his design is amazing).

  • Reply Erwin Rommel August 10, 2019 at 1:46 pm

    No homo

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  • Reply Adithya Lal August 10, 2019 at 3:47 pm

    I like johnny more because he is the most human joestar.

  • Reply Young Suga August 11, 2019 at 7:40 am

    You know, I wasn't kinda into Joeseph Joestar being a Goofy but smart like the Joestars before him but then Jotaro is just a big bad ass asshole.

  • Reply Young Suga August 11, 2019 at 7:41 am

    Damn, If I was a women I would marry anyone who had the last name "Joestar"

  • Reply Wendy Fee August 12, 2019 at 2:09 am

    I was born in April 16

  • Reply the ardist August 12, 2019 at 5:05 am

    omg I lost it when you started playing The Godfather theme

  • Reply Cpt Guzzler August 12, 2019 at 10:16 am

    I really enjoyed the vid. I like Giorno but to me the fact that he wasn't a good character was never the issue. The issue is that he doesn't contrast well with the rest of the cast. Everyone is an amazing person and that makes his acts feel mundane due to the fact that, be it Bruno or Mista, etc constantly do these noble acts of self righteousness.It makes Giornos incredible moments feel standard. I do think there are exceptions(7 page muda for one). Yes, they might need Giornos help but that just makes them feel more flawed . Giorno doesn't have that. he never shows weakness. Yes he can make stressed faces in the manga but that is just for tension. It would look weird if in every battle he looked bored.
    All that said, the fact that his group is way to similar in mentality and he shows no weakness makes him unremarkable.I do enjoy his past a lot and your words on the character paint him as someone incredible which I agree but just because a character is well thought out doesn't make him work as a good character story wise.At the end of the day he is just Jonathan 2.0.
    P.S: Part 6 is way better than part 5 😉

  • Reply King Constipated August 12, 2019 at 10:02 pm

    Well Whats Pink

  • Reply Zombycow August 13, 2019 at 2:37 am

    Gotta say, I like that Giorno giovanas name is a mix of JoJo and Dio, what with him technically being a jostar and a Brando.

  • Reply DIO Brando August 13, 2019 at 3:28 am

    So giornos ability is to give or make life so could he make a full human not revive one but make one

  • Reply RAGE POWER August 13, 2019 at 5:35 am

    Kaleb I.A.:You want the truth?

    me: you motherf**ker

  • Reply Damien Zlatkis August 14, 2019 at 5:39 pm

    person:give me one reason giorno is great

  • Reply ReroReroMan August 14, 2019 at 11:36 pm

    "now you can excuse fashion god rohan" reminisces on his dashing crop tops

  • Reply Christy Lockstein August 15, 2019 at 5:11 am

    I didn’t care much for Giorno when watching the anime. He felt so…i dont know, he didnt connect with me. He felt boring. Now i get it. Now i see the beauty in this part, and am getting ready to watch it all over again.

  • Reply Yakkzy August 16, 2019 at 7:10 pm

    Quick question, why in the anime adaptation Giorno's outfit is pink and how come Bruno's name is buccelati in the manga but Bucciarati in the anime

  • Reply Joel Guzman August 17, 2019 at 4:24 pm

    A year later and The animation did him justice. golden wind is my fave part for the plot and execution. Giorno is not the most expressive jojo but he for sure is the most well put together jojo. His crew really adds to his personality. his character in the story is the guiding force, and motivation through the entire story. He is far from borring.

  • Reply CHÖNKY GÖD August 18, 2019 at 6:30 pm

    Maybe he's a great character, but damn…

    That SUCC was good, I feel envy for Mista…

  • Reply M4k Rion August 19, 2019 at 9:47 am

    Mistakes shoes are different in the manga I prefer the anime

  • Reply Max Douse August 19, 2019 at 5:18 pm

    1:26 Mista what the fuck

  • Reply evilsockpuppet August 19, 2019 at 11:34 pm

    Part 5 is my favorite part hands down.

  • Reply Keyan Scott August 20, 2019 at 6:33 pm

    Giorno’s literally 15 year old

  • Reply Death Walker August 20, 2019 at 7:07 pm

    I’m convinced that Giorno is just diet Ultimate Kars.

  • Reply A Pillow of Winds August 21, 2019 at 5:39 am

    I didn’t even watch the video yet and I already liked it

  • Reply SciFyerGaming August 22, 2019 at 2:01 am

    1:37 holy crap does that panel of Dio look exactly like Giorno

  • Reply Jarell Turner August 28, 2019 at 7:06 am

    Him and I have the same backstory I honestly should voice the English version of him, and I’m Italian and black 💯, I have resilience tattooed on my neck. Teachers said that’s a trait they do not see in many and wish more kids had it 💯🤘🏾 The things I got through amazed them that I was still even mentally capable of continuing with out losing my shit completely. GREAT VIDEO!!! On the other hand!!!

  • Reply TrxPsyche August 29, 2019 at 8:41 pm

    I read and watched Part 5 and can honestly agree that everything you said is true about Giorno… but at the same time it was never the impression I got from watching/reading. Giorno doesn't lack personality because he's quiet, he lacks personality because his ideology is all his personality is. Giorno is a good person, someone willing to do something bad for the greater good of others. But that's all he is. Beyond the first few chapters, the story never felt like it was about Giorno, it always felt like it was about Bruno and his friends, Giorno tagging along as the newest member. For once, the main character took a step back to let others stand in the limelight. This isn't necessarily bad, but it just never felt right, and it didn't help I wasn't a fan of most of part 5's characters as a whole.

    I often go and say that Part 5 is the worst part of Jojo's. Not that it's bad, but it's just not as good as the others. Araki had good examples of stellar writing in the part but then went and added things that just killed the story in other ways. Giorno being bland was one of those ways. He started off so strong, filled with motivation and vigor, and then was reduced to a character who barely did anything besides answer fill in the blank problems for the rest of the gang. It honestly felt like Daddy Bruno hired Babysitter Giorno to handle all of their problems. Giorno's convictions require way too much looking into to accurately assess and that's not a good thing. Subtlety and nuance are fantastic things, but Giorno almost felt shy and secluded, often waiting to see what happened before springing into action, even if he probably knew the answer to the problem all along.

    I have changed my views of Giorno a lot since watching Part 5, but I still have to firmly say that I believe he's not a great character. He's a character with great potential that was lost somewhere in the void. There is nothing wrong with character's with simple personalities and backstories, but the main character shouldn't ever be one. The plot revolves around him, yet it felt like, until the very end, he barely mattered. Giorno was just a guy with a dream, and said dream gave him the best stand in all of Jojos, at the cost of the most boring character.

  • Reply Hoàng Ạnh Nguyễn Huy August 30, 2019 at 5:23 pm

    I'm convinced that GIorno is a more interesting character than Josuke.

  • Reply Richard Rossi September 2, 2019 at 3:52 am

    JoJo`s Bizarre Adventure: Vento Oreo

  • Reply Dat one Dude September 2, 2019 at 11:08 am

    Cuz he's gay

  • Reply Booka September 2, 2019 at 7:13 pm

    his pistol into a BANANA

  • Reply Peter Schurz September 3, 2019 at 5:51 am

    I cannot agree with you enough dude!

  • Reply ms1021 September 4, 2019 at 11:54 am

    Because he drank piss

  • Reply Ham-man The Man-ham September 5, 2019 at 9:56 pm

    No, I disagree. He is extremely dull.

  • Reply Linus Mota September 6, 2019 at 3:05 pm

    You should do it for other characters

  • Reply guest137937 likes memes September 6, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    giogio's strange journey

  • Reply Fez SpaceMoose September 6, 2019 at 9:27 pm

    Wait, why isn't Giorno…Giorno Joestar?

  • Reply skeleton king September 7, 2019 at 7:43 am

    One of the most reason I love your videos

    Is your deep touch with Jojo understanding!!

  • Reply Vince Black September 8, 2019 at 6:07 pm

    Red,blue,and yellow = "hero collor"
    (Super man,all might,spider-man,iron man)

  • Reply SarahX - Content Creator September 8, 2019 at 9:20 pm

    because he bought a poor kid an ice cream

  • Reply Block Man September 11, 2019 at 8:07 pm

    Mega Man: There's only one reason why you end up losing, DIO: You're the tyrant who's useless, and you'll end up perishing if you succumb to evil.

  • Reply Artifice September 11, 2019 at 10:20 pm

    A great character needs to have motivation.
    And Giorno has a dream.

  • Reply A Side of Salt. September 12, 2019 at 7:32 am

    The problem I have Is that all of his battles come from his stand being op or asspulls or the fact he has both dio and Joestar blood

  • Reply KingHallow September 13, 2019 at 1:08 am

    Because he’s a main character with few flaws and an overpowered stand?

  • Reply Smug Boi September 17, 2019 at 12:18 am

    My only mf question is how giorno is even a jojo.

  • Reply Colonel Aleph 0 September 17, 2019 at 4:56 am

    All I gotta say about Giorno, is that he has the head of Dio representing his intelligence, cunning skill, but he also has the heart and body of Jonathan representing his aspire for other, caring nature, and honorability truly making him a Joestar.

  • Reply Faffly Valentine September 18, 2019 at 9:24 am

    ''He went over there!''

    And Giorno Lied.

  • Reply Bananamations September 18, 2019 at 9:43 pm

    Hold up.

    Mista is wearing sandals.


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  • Reply Tyberious Pauldo September 20, 2019 at 6:03 pm

    Why is he pink in anime

  • Reply Levan Kikacheishvili September 21, 2019 at 8:53 am

    lol godfather music in the background

  • Reply Dr.davidfelix September 21, 2019 at 9:02 pm

    Italian TRIGERED aureo(yeah having a real italian that can criticate other without getting insulted is so good)

  • Reply Yoda The Mass shooter September 22, 2019 at 10:41 pm

    I like anime giornos outfit better

  • Reply Blane28 September 24, 2019 at 10:23 pm

    In all honesty most of what you explain is Giorno's morality which is cool but isn't good enough to make up for the fact that he doesn't really have much personality

  • Reply Jonathan Tercero September 26, 2019 at 9:11 pm

    Why did Giorno never use his counter move like he did on Luca and Koichi

  • Reply JersonDoesGaming September 29, 2019 at 2:13 am

    can we all appreciate on how giorno is 15 like damn he'd be like a freshman and able to destroy the city

  • Reply Donat Unterberger September 29, 2019 at 5:09 pm

    why? because drugs are bad

  • Reply Srikar Baru September 30, 2019 at 9:17 pm

    It’s because he has a dream

  • Reply Munzur Baba October 1, 2019 at 11:48 am

    People blame Giorno for something, that applies to every Jojo. Every Jojo has almost no character development, wins every fight and is almost seen as good by everyone (even if a person doesn't like them).

  • Reply History Egg October 5, 2019 at 8:51 am

    Giorno grew up in southern italy after his ignorant mother moved there from Japan and married, taking Giorno with her…
    Grew up in Southern ITALY
    We're not talking about the American South
    One of the most mafia-ridden regions in the world, if the most, and he grew up with an abusive father as well
    But after all that abuse and ignorance he saw in his life, he still manages to be good
    He does everything he can to survive while being good
    I repeat
    Sorry to bring this up so much but even the EU knows what the fuck is going on

  • Reply Block Man October 10, 2019 at 5:31 pm

    Saying that Giorno Giovanna is a great character is similar to how Persona 5 is a great game in the Persona series.


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